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Day 2- Session H- 1:15-2:15 PM

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Computer Lab 1- Room 209

Presenter:  Susann Spinell, Nikki Sandor and Michelle McCartan

Title:  The F4 Model:  Integrating Technology into Research Assignments

Suggested Audience:  Elementary

Elementary Content Area:  All

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Description:  Using the Fabulous, Fascinating File Folder Project Model, students will learn how to research and present data using a variety of computer programs ad data bases including PowerPoint, Encyclopedia Britannica and Excel.  Participants will leave with research project ideas that can be modified to fit their needs and their own model of an F4 Project Model.

Computer Lab 2- Room 207

Presenter:  Gayle Briscoe

Title:  Picasa 3 (easy picture editing)

Suggested Audience: all

Elementary Content Area:

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Description:  Picasa 3 is free from Google.  You will learn how to download the software and pictures, use their easy editing tools, and post or email pictures to your family and friends.   Hands on activity.

Media Center

Presenter: Lori Earnhardt

Title: School Center Portfolios for Students

Suggested Audience: Art Teachers

Elementary, Middle, or High
Middle/High Content Area:  Art

Description: Learn how to use School Center features to create  portfolios that showcase student talent.  Suggested to bring a flash drive with 20 pictures of student art.

Room 232

Presenter: Mary Clare Gatch

Title: GarageBand in the Elementary Music Classroom

Suggested Audience: Elementary or those interested in GarageBand on Mac Computers

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Description:  Upper elementary students can create jingles, commercials, and their own compositions using GarageBand. Come see examples of lessons done during music class!  Mac users, bring your laptops, some will be available and wireless provided.

Room 601

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Room 602

Presenter: Jeff Yeargin

Title: SMARTBoard Interactive Hot Spot Activity Development

Suggested Audience: K-12 Teachers w/access to SMARTBoards

Elementary Content Area: ALL

Middle/ High Content Area: All

Description:  See how this High School Spanish teacher uses a tool from the Lesson Activity Toolkit to liven up his classroom.  Learn how to set up "hot spot" actvities to actively engage students in learning vocabulary, geography, and other topics.

 

Room 603

Presenter: Kevin Knight

Title: Making Movie Magic

Suggested Audience: K-12 PC

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area: All

Description: Windows Movie Maker is a simple program that allows you the freedom to make movies about anything in a small amount of time. Emphasis will be on making short topical classroom movies. Discussion will include information about video cameras and about an audio editing program called Audacity.

 

Room 604

Presenter: Erin Moore

Title: Using Prescriptive Instruction with Interactive Whiteboards: Whole Class Instruction

Suggested Audience:

Elementary Content Area: Reading and Math

Middle/ High Content Area: None

Description: Prescriptive Instruction is a web-based K-5th grade Reading and Math remediation/intervention learning system. It can be utilized not only by individual students needing automated differentiated instruction, but by teachers to offer whole class instruction.  Join us as we view lessons and strategies for getting the most out of this powerful program for ALL the students in your classroom by linking two technologies: the interactive whiteboard and web-based instruction. The new Algebra content available this FALL will also be highlighted.

Room 605

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Room 606

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Room 608

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Room 701

Presenter: Shayla Rexrode

Title: Notebook 10 Advanced Features

Suggested Audience: K-12 teachers, technology support staff

Elementary Content Area: Technology

Middle/ High Content Area: Technology

Description: Are you searching for new ways to excite your students? In this session we will explore how using sound files, flash video and animations can take an ordinary lesson and make it extraordinary.

Room 705

Presenter:Jeff Goodnight/Jim Gilreath

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Room 707

Presenter:  Steve Johnson

Title:  Targetting Students' Multiple Intelligences with Technology Projects

Suggested Audience:  4th-12th grade teachers

Elementary Content Area:  All

Middle/ High Content Area:  All

Description: 

Your students are yearning for a classroom that is customized to their strengths and weaknesses.  Come see how to utilize modern technology tools to target all 8 intelligences.  Imagine the engagement in your classroom as you combine ideas / projects that appeal to student strengths with the tools that are relevant to their lives! 

 

 

Each participant will have a chance to experiment with the ideas presented and will leave with a ton of new ways to engage every student in their classroom.
 

Room 710

Presenter: Joni Driscoll & Denise Yates

Title: From Low-Tech to High-Tech Instruction

Suggested Audience: All

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Description:  So you finally got a SMARTBoard? Or you’re anticipating getting one? You have volumes of handouts with transparencies for that rickety old overhead projector, and you want to convert them into SMART Notebook presentations. Learn some tips and tricks for converting old boring low-tech lessons into exciting Notebook lessons, without having to reinvent the wheel completely. This session will show you how to use SMART Notebook Print Capture, Snapshot Tools, Windows Snipping Tool, Textbook Software, Adobe Acrobat, Discovery Streaming Video, and even YouTube, to make everything old new again. Participants will interact with the SMARTBoard by using the Airliner Electronic Slate, and see some examples of its use in the classroom.
 

Room 741

Presenter:  Wendy Tomberlin

Title:  Twitter for Teachers

Suggested Audience: K-12

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Description: Do you want to be a Twitterer?  What is Twitter and how can you use it?  In this session we will answer those questions and find out who and how to follow other Twitterers to form your PLN (Personal/Professional Learning Network). We will explore Twitter tools that are useful in the classroom as well as Twitter applications used for reading, updating, and sorting "tweets".  As a bonus we will learn Twitter etiquette and how to tweet on the go.  It's time to join Ashton, Oprah, Shaq, and the billions of others already on Twitter.

Room 744

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Room 745

Presenter: Beth Hamilton and Patti Johnstone

Title: Geocaching Integration

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: All

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Description: Participants will learn geocaching basics which include: searching for caches, setting up caches, and how geocaching can be integrated into any curriculum area.

 

Room 749

Presenter: Erica Williard

Title: Web 2.0 Tools: Wordle and Teacher Tube

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: Technology

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Description: Classroom uses of these Web 2.0 Tools in all subject areas of the elementary classroom.

 

 
   

 

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